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noir and he's a narcissist. i thought it was interesting to put him in the center of a chandler-esque conspiracy novel and see what happens when the person that has nothing to do with the conspiracy pushes himself to the middle and what's the collateral damage. >> charlie: what's the influence of ramon chandler on you? >> i didn't get the existentialism on you? >> no one has matched it in term of genre. i think there were famous story where's chandler couldn't remember who did what to whom. he wanted to create a portrait of a man who hangs on to his own morality in a blasted moral wasteland. that to me is fairly universal and that idea of this man trying to hold on to his humanity in a world that is often inhuman strikes a cord. the mysteries don't. you can't remember some of the mysteries of chandler's each in his long novels written in the last days of his life being undone by alcoholism and there's a lot of emotion for the writing and moving and go of sentences. it's a match and he writes about l.a. in a way that i've never come across. at the time i was working on imperial b
nothing seemingly doing it just for fun. mike chandler is miffed after he found got someone targeted his shop. they are investigating 11 cases on this block alone. someone used a black object to bust through the glass. at chandler and sons, they say nothing of any value was taken from any of the cars and trucks. >> there is a television set sitting right here. that is a plasma. >> someone called at 3 freed a.m. after what they heard sounded like glass shattering. -- some call the 3:30 a.m. after what they heard some of the glass shattering. >> it was a quick hit and moved on. they took what was close by and left. >> he has since put alarms on all of the cars and nothing valuable where these can see it. for mark chandler, the inconvenience to him and his customers is what hurts the most, that and this feeling of helplessness. >> we have a 24 hours of the 11 open around the clock. it is very well lit. -- we have a 24 hour 7-eleven open around the clock. >> they say the crime spree total more than $10,000 in damage. >> thank you, julie. >>> the expected benefit is coming at a cost. the seco
chandlers is the target of an $890 million buyout, this by a norwegian company. we mentioned the disappointing retail sales earlier in the week. two stores disappointed their shareholders. jcpenney cut its earnings, and shares hit a new low on the disappointment. dillard's, meantime, closed at a six-month low, and it also swung to a profit last quarter, but revenue was down. a quartet of new stocks hit the market. india's biggest online travel sight makemytrip became public at $14 a share. and on wednesday we saw a couple of i.p.o. s, and china changu makes plates and screws for bone fractures, and media mine makes software to manage digital advertising, and the average price there $11 a share. and that's tonight's "market focus." alcoholic p.m. >> suzanne: attention shopoholics, one of japan's best known chains is expanding in the u.s. it is called uniqlo, and it has nearly 1,000 outlets in seven countries. it wants to quadruple that empire over the next empire. >> reporter: almost every man, woman and child in japan, population, 127 billion, own as least one item from this
loosened restrictions on federal funding. ty chandler reports. >> reporter: stem cell labs must put the work they're doing, with federal funding on hold. a judge has temporarily banned all federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. blocking guidelines president obama put in place last year. >> this court decision means that millions of dollars that can be spent for stem cell research, that can help potentially millions of people, can now not be spent. >> reporter: embryonic stem cells have the potential to become any cell in the body and treat everything from diabetes to spinal cord injuries. but the embryo was broken up in the process. that conflicts with part of a 1996 law, according to judge royce lambert, who said the amendment provides that no federal funds shall be used for research in which a human embryo or embryos are destroyed. >> reporter: this ruling has frustrated much of the medical community. scientists argue that the half million embryos currently being stored in labs will likely be destroyed anyway, if they're not used for research. >> reporter: but conservat
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embryonic stem cell research guidelines or try to pass a law. ty chandler, cbs news. >>> we have breaking news to tell you about the story from washington where the national institute of health announced that dozen of stem cell experiments will continue despite the judge's ruling blocking them because the money is already in the hands of scientists. >>> it's still a mystery how 24 high school football players in oregon developed a dangerous medical condition just as training camp got underway. mary is live in the newsroom and has more on what has doctors stumped. mary? >> let me pick up the story. is a of the boys were treated in the emergency room. three required surgery to relieve the pressure caused by severe swelling. department syndrome can be caused by certain drugs, strenous exercise and dehydration. it appears performance enhancing drugs did not contribute to the problem though 19 of the players were using supplements. doctors are trying to determine exactly what happened. school officials say the players will be allowed back on the field once they get the okay from their doctors
was not blocked by a federal government judge and that means phoenix, tucson, chandler and mesa can no longer be classified as a safe haven. and cropping up in the early 8le 0's in the country and are basically defined as a place where police or municipal employees are not allowed to inquire about a person's immigration status. >> it's more than an effective tool, it eliminates the sanctuary policies which have been enforcement. those are gone. as of thursday, they will be illegal in the state of arizona. and they're already illegal under federal law, but-- >> now, opponents of sp 1070 rallied in the streets of downtown phoenix on thursday, the day this law went into effect. while they're not pleased about the sanctuary city ruling, they still consider the judge's injunction a win for their side since the more controversial parts were blocked like law enforcement being able to ask for a person's papers while they're doing other routine police work. >> and said it appears with a positive spin on this. after all, at this point i'm not going to count my chickens before they hatch. it was, you kn
of controversial stem cell research. as ty chandler reports for wjz. a federal judge. >> stem cell labs across the country must put the work they're doing with federal funding on hold. a judge has temporarily banned all federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. blocking guidelines, president obama put in place last year. >> this court decision means that millions of dollars that can be spent for stem cell research, that can help potentially millions of people can now not be spent. >> reporter: embryonic stem cells now have the potential to beat anything in -- to become anything in the body. and can treat diabetes to anything in the body. but there is a conflict with the 1996 law, according to judge royce lambert, who says the amendment provides that no federal funds cialt be use -- shall be used for research in which a human embryo or embryo or destroyed. >> reporter: scientists argue that the half million embryos currently being stored in labs will likely be destroyed anyway, if not used for research. >> reporter: but conservative groups are praising the judge's decision. >> as we've
in my schedule. i was signed to be on stage at the dorothy chandler pavilion with mel, but the whole thing. i am having the ramp translated into the original. >> martha, i don't think cameron is having doubts about man made global warning. he is used to being in control, and he couldn't deal with the fact it wasn't going to be like that. it is my party and i will cry if i want to. >> and debating is not a good show. >> excellent point. >> i thought the dialogue was beautiful in "avatar." >> know what that is? >> the guy that swoons in spencer's gifts. >> geeing, that was the pills talking. >> all movies are great on pills. >> dolls. >> polls show americans want to be actors. i guess nobody checked, but the question on the survey was, quote, which of the following jobs would you most like to have? athlete, actor, president and rock star. all this proves is out of their four choices americans be can be an access. -- an actor. >> dennis, do you think it is more than americans who would want to be stars and not that they want to be actors? >> yeah, you know, i think you hit the nail on t
favorites. kyle chandler got his first no, ma'am nation and matthew fox, who finally got a nod for his final season of lost. >> and juliana marking lease could make it a network sweep. >> jimmy fallon, winning and losing is not tonight's bottom line. >> we just want to have a good time. >>> nbcwashington.com is your local source for everything emmy related. complete coverage, including live streaming, live blog, galleries from the event and all the winners, plus videos of the acceptance speeches and backstage news conferences. you can see it all on nbcwashington.com. >> >>> we're just minutes away from kicking off sunday morning politics here on news 4. >> chris matthews show is next, followed by special edition of meet the press from new orleans. let's see what they're working on. >> good morning, washington. coming up at 10:00 on the chris matthews show, that glenn beck/sarah palin event yesterday and the mosque in new york gains questions. today we explore that. what are the winners from all this file thing going on? plus, more tea partiers upsetting incumbents this week. why democrats th
. here year we had a diamond chandler. i want something that is a drama effect. we'll have percussionists and dancers and we'll have a surprise vocalist. >> reporter: who? one year i came it was kanye west. >> reporter: it's going to be fun. it will be good. >> no clues. it's going to be a fun night. >> reporter: a surprise vocalist. >> the red carpet show sunday at 4:00 followed by the 62nd primetime emmy awards. if you miss any, we'll rebroadcast the ceremony at 8:00 followed by live coverage and nbc bay area news. >>> here is a guy who never misses a party. it's at jack london square. talking about jeff ranieri. >> the sun is out. temperatures are cooler than average. no complaints out here. forget hd television. i wish we had some smellevision tonight. this is unbelievable. look at this line here. this is just for one truck called the terriman bow bun truck, filipino food. how is the food, guys? let's bring in the chef, guillermo perez. the line is over 40 minutes. why are they waiting so long? >> we are doing bow buns, sesame red chicken, we are doing a tofu with garlic mayo. >> tang
actor. >> my money is on the two emotional favorites, kyle chandler, who just got his first nomination for "friday night lights" and matthew fox for his final season of "lost." >> reporter: and juliana margulies could make it a network sweep. but for jimmy fallon, winning and losing is not to the bottom line. >> overall, we want to have a good time. >> reporter: mark barger, nbc news. >>> you can watch it tonight, the live broadcast of the 60-second prime time emmy awards ceremony starts at 5:00. if you miss the show, you can catch our rebroadcast. we're going to do that at 8:00. don't miss nbc bay area news at 11:00 right after. >>> well, it is the term web servers everywhere are going to hear a lot these days. we're going to tell you you should why you should carebo net nerality. i inherited my father's '69 norton commando. it's been a dream of mine to restore it. and it's my dream for him to finish it. frank has something great to save up for. this is my dad. isn't that cool? and a very understanding girlfriend. i showed him a wells fargo savings account with my savings plan. [ fran
'm going to start with you and then come down the row here. i'll leave my friend, howie chandler to last. but, let me -- if i -- you just hit on -- and that is -- my next question was, what do we need to do -- i mean, it's kind of the question that hasn't been asked; i think senator mccaskill kind of started to get to it -- what do we need to do, here in congress, to help make it easier for you to deliver the services that you know, instinctively and as well as data has shown you, to the young men and women? and what you just made a comment about, making sure -- delivering these services over state lines, or -- i want to -- maybe you could elaborate, but i -- what are those one or two things, each one of you, if you could just expand -- because part of what we should be doing here, honestly, is -- what do we need to do to support you? it's great to have a hearing, but what's the next step? >> i would mention credentialing and privileging. give you just a quick example. i can go ahead and provide a tricare referral for a soldier at fort campbell, kentucky, to drive 100 miles to nashville
carol chandler vice chief of staff. dr. robert jesse, the acting under principal deputy secretary for the veterans health administration, department of veterans affairs. in general -- general amos, i know that we all offer our congratulations in becoming the next commandant in the marine corps. senator mccain. >> thank you. let me think the witnesses for joining us today. i would also like to acknowledge senator inhoff who requested this hearing in april. i am pleased and thank you for your initiative, senator. i am pleased that we are having this hearing. it is our privilege to distinguish -- serve the distinguished men and women of our armed forces, that after nine years risk everything to defend their country. we have the greatest admiration and appreciation for them and their families and we will always honor their courage and sacrifice. the burden of our missions in iraq and afghanistan are tremendous, and so are the consequences to those who served. many of our service members have entered their country pasquale with multiple plumas to combat and little respite for recovery
the chandlers just within the last few days. >> reporter: the residence, they are also worried about the impact of the chemicals that they used to keep them from reaching the shore. they released a new study showing the dispursement is no more or less toxic than the marine life than the oil itself as well. >> reporter: so no matter what happens tomorrow, bp is going to keep drilling those two relief wells. the first one is expected to heat its target by next wednesday. >> okay, so obviously a lot of hopes riding on this. is there any danger that the static kill could make things worse? >> i'll tell you what, it's not without risk. there's a lot of pressure and mud if you will be shooting it. from is a chance if they could rupture the casing from the cap of the well. that could make things worse. experts say that it is highly unlikely. nevertheless, engineers will be running a test through this evening to see if that well holds up. >> okay, joel brown, thank you so much for that. >>> a maryland man is dead after he lost control of his golf cart and plunged over 15- foot embankment into the potom
. sergeant cliff chandler is with the east point police department. this is outside of atlanta now. sergeant, good to talk to you. can you explain what happened today about these public housing units? >> yes, ma'am, the east point housing authority was issuing out applications for people to try and obtain section 8 housing. approximately 10,000 applications were going to be issued out. they started out at around 9:00 this morning and should be continuing until 1:00 this afternoon. >> apparently the last time east point opened up its waiting list according to wxia was in 2002, and at that time, 2,000 people signed up. so you've had all these people show up. it does not look orderly from the video, but have there been any problems? >> it has been orderly. there have been a number of people who have been out there, of course, because they're trying to get housing. of course, times are hard, so people are trying to do the best that they can. officers with our agency, we did request assistance from other agencies, but it was orderly. we were able to get the applications out and people are good to
, chandler and mesa can no longer be classified as a safe haven for illegal immigrants. sanctuary cities cropped up in the early '80s and defined as a place where municipal employees are not allowed to inquire about a person's immigration status. >> it's more than an effect oif tool. those are gone. those will be illegal in the state of arizona. they are already illegal under federal law. >> reporter: opponents of sb 1070 rallied on thursday the day the law went into effect. they are not pleased about the ruling, they consider the judge's injunction a win for them since the more controversial parts were blocked like law enforcement able to ask for papers while conducting routine police work. >> to put a positive spin on this. we know we still have appeals and stuff but at this point, it appears -- >> there were other handful of sanctuary cities, chicago and san francisco the most well known and some are speculating that the judge's ruling could set legal precedent in other parts of the country and could affect those cities' policies as well. >> julie: casey, thank very much. >> former al
by the federal judge on thursday. that means phoenix, tucson, chandler, mesa, can no longer be classified as a safe haven for illegal immigrants. sanctuary cities cropped up in the early '80s in this country and are basically defined as a place where police or municipal employees are not allowed to inquire about a person's immigration status. >> more than an effective tool. it eliminates sanctuary policies which have been an impediment to enforcement. those are gone. as of thursday, those will be illegal in the state of arizona. they are already illegal under federal law, but everybody ignored them. >> now opponents of sb-1070 rallied in the streets of downtown phoenix thursday. the day the law went into effect. while they were not pleased about the sanctuary city ruling, they still consider the judge's injunction a win for them. since the more controversial parts were blocked, like law enforcement being able to ask for a person's papers, while they're doing other routine police work. >> it appears it has put a positive spin on this. after all, he did lose. at this point and i'm not going
of people and a lot of flash flooding reported in apache junction and chandler where almost two inches of rain fell in just an hour. more monsoonal thunderstorms expected in the phoenix area for today. then taking you to colorado now where storm chasers caught this tornado on monday. this is actually what i would call a landspout. take a look at that column of rotating air. landspouts are kind of non-super cell types of tornado, kind of a different breed and a lot of times you can see them from their debris cloud before you can actually see them in the air. it did cause some damage to some out buildings. this was in northeastern parts of the state but no injuries reported. the severe weather threat today across parts of the upper midwest, heavy rain and flooding from the southeast to the mid-atlantic states. dry weather for the most part across the west with the high fire danger and a whole lot of heat relief for a whole lot of folks unless you live say maybe in texas. back to you, kiran and t.j. >> thank you. >>> this will make you hungry. a new champ in the burger biz. a new survey o
. they had up to three inches of rainfall. chandler got hit hard. thousands of people were without power last night. a few hundred still this morning. so the nasty gusts from the thunderstorms then can kick up that dust and cause major visibility issues we saw there in that video. >> what else do you have going on? >> quite a few big weather headlines today. we want to start out by showing you what has been going on across parts of the mid-atlantic states. this has been the big story this morning with flood issues across the delmarva, washington, d.c., baltimore. we have the second area of cluster of thunderstorms moving through the appalachians bringing in flood issues and concerned that they could make their way here into the mid atlantic if they hold together. we are going on have more roads that become closed and covered with water. used a lot of caution traveling today. philadelphia hasn't been getting much. when the second wave comes through, a better shot of seeing heavier rain as we head into the afternoon hours. flood watches and warnings are in effect from baltimore stretching down
. general chandler. >> thank you. distinguished members of the committee, thank you for the opportunity to address the suicides in the air force as well as the detection of a posttraumatic brain injury. the air force is strongly committed to the physical and emotional health of our chairman. the number of -- health of our airmen. the number of arab men suffering from post-traumatic stress is on the rise. -- the number of airmen suffering from posttraumatic stress is on the rise. symptoms often do not manifest themselves in the visible ways. the air force suicide a great recently reached more than a 14 suicides per 100,000 airmen. nearly two-thirds were not receiving assistance from a mental health professional. well no segment of the air force is immune to suicide, there are known high-risk populations and the known risk factors like relationship problems, legal issues, financial troubles, and a lack of diagnosis. this area of concern requires active and consistent involvement from people at all levels of the organization. this increased involvement is made more accessible through focus
. [applause] >> mike chandler from buena park. we have economic stresses on our society and that's sobering and real. my concern is that those dynamics are causing people to overlook or diminish another area that is critically important and that is defense. when i hear people like barney frank proposing a 25% reduction in the defense budget, when i hear people in the navy saying we should reduce the size of the fleet from what it is now to 230 when the navy chiefs are trying to get it to 313, i think taking our economic stresses out on the military is not good. my niece is an army officer and tells me some of the burdens that run through her realms and it is sobering to me because i don't want to see our guys get shortchanged in this budgetary problem and if there's no budget from the congress and slice money off from where they can sneak it off from, then somebody's father, uncle or brother are going to be dangled because fighting al qaeda and islamists around the world and if we are going to fight, we can't afford to cut the military and lose on the back end. [applause] >> thanks, mike. i
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